Unpretentious and tasteful setting on the edge of Chestertown, the chef here knows what he's doing. Presentation is lovely with the contrasting shapes in a mixed green salad- sliced radishes, diced jicama, julienned carrots. Shallot vinaigrette is light and a perfect compliment.
At dinner we got the salad and an assortment of small plates. The fried calamari/zucchini was outstanding- not over-breaded or over cooked, and the portion was enough for a dinner. They even used a clam shell to extend the plate allowing for a bigger portion. Also got the crab cake which was possibly the best I've ever eaten. No discernable filler, seasoned lightly to feature the
subtle sweetness of the crab which was so fresh I don't doubt it was caught that day. This place impressed us so much, we went back for lunch the next day. Scallops on a bed of grilled romaine and a tomato/mozzarella sandwich did not disappoint. Wish we had room to try their desserts. Front of house and wait staff also terrific. This place is worth a road trip!
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